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Tinkerman Slav’s player changes grow and grow

bilic-gloomInjuries and loss of form have seen Slaven Biic play 20 different players in his first team since the start of the season – only two less than Sunderland.

The decision to shuffle the options so regularly are the sign of a struggling team and only four players – Adrian, Mark Noble, Cheik Kouyate and Michail Antonio – have been ever-presents in the side this season.

A list published on wharf.co.uk lays out the number of players used as first teamers across the Premier League this season and reads:

Sunderland: 22 

West Ham United: 20

Stoke City: 19

Arsenal: 18

Crystal Palace: 18

Leicester City: 18

Manchester City: 18

Middlesbrough: 18

Everton: 17

Southampton: 17

Swansea City: 17

Tottenham Hotspur: 17

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Chelsea: 16

Liverpool: 16

Manchester United: 16

Watford: 16

West Bromwich Albion: 16

Hull City: 15

Bournemouth: 14

Burnley: 14





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2 comments on “Tinkerman Slav’s player changes grow and grow

  1. 3 of the ever presents have been the problem, no bite in midfield and a goalkeeper that’s seen more flaps than the lesbian vampire killers.

  2. Only two more changes than Man City ok.

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